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Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Aug 30, 2012 @ 11:02am

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Release date: October 03, 2011
Pulsen is an indie music & rhythm videogame where you listen to music and play along with the beat. The goal is to hit buttons corresponding to the rows of notes in time with the music.

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Yes, the cat is legit :P. Thanks goes to daniwell, PRGuitarMan, and The Icarus Kid for allowing us to put that together. Souleye worked with me to re-create his old VVVVVV tunes and add new ones specifically for Pulsen.

Pulsen uses a highly modified version of the StepMania 5 engine. It's like using the Unreal Engine 3, but specific to rhythm games. There are many improvements to the engine itself such as being able to scale it to any resolution and aspect ratio on-the-fly and save replays as well as upload your scores online.

If you previously purchased DLC and Pulsen gets on Steam, I'll make sure you guys can be on Steam too.
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ionutudor2012 Apr 15 @ 5:37pm 
Kimhera Apr 12 @ 12:44am 
It looks realy nice !
Кот Матроскин Mar 30 @ 7:28pm 
Clavicus Vile Feb 28 @ 11:07pm 
its looks so great
Saturn2888  [author] Feb 4 @ 2:53pm 

Yes, the whole game is available if you go to
HombreFelipe Feb 4 @ 2:21pm 
Is there a demo available?
Krotine Jan 21 @ 12:16pm 

Sounds awesome =]. I have a lot of excitment for this!
M-Mods are just as good. I like the gimmicks in certain songs.
Thanks for the reply
Saturn2888  [author] Jan 21 @ 12:10pm 

I might consider that. Releasing a paid version that allows for custom songs might actually be a good idea.

There is note style for every noteskin available.

Instead of c-mods there's something called m-mods which is similar to c-mods but doesn't break the songs and allow for the cool effects to still show up. c-mods had caused a ton of bugs during development so I canned 'em.
Krotine Jan 20 @ 9:26pm 
Give it Normal DDR arrows, Specifically Note Style. C Mods. The ability to add our own songs (since I have over 100GB of SM songs) and I'd Pay for this ;)
Daniel Bryan Jan 16 @ 10:24pm 
so its just ddr with some eye-straining visual effects, no thanks